[Samba] Enter or quit a samba's domain in pdc
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Mon Apr 23 12:55:35 GMT 2007
>From : Edmundo Valle Neto
>The point is, %anything is not recognised inside a script.
>But, yes, adduser is a little different in Debian, it doesnt have "-M"
>option, for example.
>If you look at "Samba by Example" you will find something like that:
>add machine script = /usr/sbin/useradd -s /bin/false/ -d /dev/null '%u'
"add machine script = /usr/sbin/useradd -s /bin/false/ -d /dev/null '%m'"
Work. But one thing : you must put this line in the first line of [global],
or the script will be done after the domain's enter try.
>This is the only work that must be done by the add machine script here,
>the samba account will be created when the client is joined (with the
>root account or any other account that have privileges to do that).
>This is used to configure accounts other that root to join clients, for
I will try this line today.
>I dont understood what do you mean by "your share", but...
Share = domain.. sorry i twas a mistake.
>If you dont
>want to enter with a local administrator account to manage network
>settings and domain join/unjoin, you can put the users inside the group
>"Domain Administrators" that this group will be added to the local
>administrators group of the machine when joined, well, it depends of how
>did you created your default groups and SIDs. Or create a group in samba
>put some users inside it an make this group belong to the local
>administrator group in every machine, then the domain accounts will have
>local administrative right in those workstations. Simple.
If i understand what you say, I have to create a group who I put the users.
But how can i attribute the local administrator for this group?
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